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Mystical light is seen in night sky over California

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – At a time when the Bay Area is blanketed in Christmas lights, the sky of Wednesday sheds the show. Bryan Louie told ABC7 News, "It was brighter than a normal cloud, especially at this time of the night." Still not 100% safe, but the evidence grows the object seen as a meteor. A meteor can create a very high level cloud called a noctilucent cloud. @ NASA has a good website that explains cloud formation. https://t.co/eDquECamLl #cawx &#821 1; NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) December 20, 2018 A mysterious light was discovered in heaven after 17:30, a time when most goes home from work. "It looked like a key almost," continued Louie. Dathao Becker visited Bay Area from San Diego. She told ABC7 News, "I just thought it was a kind of weird formation." "I thought somebody tried to spell something out in the sky, but I could not read what it was," told Aparna Sarma ABC7 News. "So, I just continued with the rest of my night." But the mystery brightened on the minds of others. Sky7 flies over San Francisco when it caught this bright light. Palo Ransom Soderberg told ABC7 News, "I saw a moving cloud so it was formed into a question mark. I do not know, maybe it's a sign." A sign from where? Or rather, from who? "I'm definitely a big believer in the UFO phenomenon," said Elizabeth Matuzak. "I definitely think it's a UFO." While we work to learn exactly…

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) –

At a time when the Bay Area is blanketed in Christmas lights, the sky of Wednesday sheds the show.

Bryan Louie told ABC7 News, “It was brighter than a normal cloud, especially at this time of the night.”

A mysterious light was discovered in heaven after 17:30, a time when most goes home from work.

“It looked like a key almost,” continued Louie.

Dathao Becker visited Bay Area from San Diego. She told ABC7 News, “I just thought it was a kind of weird formation.”

“I thought somebody tried to spell something out in the sky, but I could not read what it was,” told Aparna Sarma ABC7 News. “So, I just continued with the rest of my night.”

But the mystery brightened on the minds of others.

Sky7 flies over San Francisco when it caught this bright light.

Palo Ransom Soderberg told ABC7 News, “I saw a moving cloud so it was formed into a question mark. I do not know, maybe it’s a sign.”

A sign from where? Or rather, from who?

“I’m definitely a big believer in the UFO phenomenon,” said Elizabeth Matuzak. “I definitely think it’s a UFO.”

While we work to learn exactly what visited, or should we say visually, ABC7 can control some things: A rocket launch planned at Vandenberg Air Force Base near Santa Barbara was harvested and did not happen. Even a planned Space X launch did not take off either.

According to the Lick Observatory, a light meteor was visible in the skies across the Bay Area shortly after sunset tonight and left a bright trail that was visible for many minutes in the western hemisphere.

KABC, our sister station in southern California, reports the director of the Griffith Observatory, Dr. Edwin Krupp, confirmed that the light was a bullet-meteor that entered the Earth’s atmosphere. Krupp said that the meteor could probably fit into the hand, but what people saw was compressed air around it. [19659000] Many on social media sent pictures of the unidentified light:

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